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THE YEARBOOK 



Published by the Student Body of 

TUBMAN HIGH SCHOOL 

Augusta, Georgia 

JANE JACKSON, Editor-m-Chief 
GLORIA MOORE, Business Manager 



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TO THE STUDENT BODY . . . 

Take this book. It is yours. We have made it from your ex- 
periences at Tubman during the school year 1945-1946. We present 
this volume in the hopje that as you turn these pages you will 
realize that you are Tubman and that the essential spirit of Tubman 
is youth — eager, ambitious youth, happy at work and at play. 
May this be for you a record of cherished memories. 

.... THE STAFF OF MAIDS AND A MAN 



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COMTEMTS 



THE SCHOOL — 

FACULTY 



CLASSES 



ACTIVITIES — 

ORGANIZATIONS — CLUBS 
ATHLETICS 

FEATURES — 

SUPERLATIVES — SNAPS 
OUR SCRAP BOOK 
LAST WILL 



ADVERTISEMENTS 






FACULTY 




LAMAR WOODWARD 
Principal 

A. B. Mercer University 

M. S. Education, University of Georgia 



A DOROTHY HAINS 

Assistant-Principal 

A. B. Elizabeth College. 




MARGUERITE SYMMS, Physical Education. A.B., Con- 
verse College . . . JANE S. PAQUETTE, Physical Edu- 
cation, B.S. in Phys. Ed. University of Georgia . . . 
ELEANOR BEARDEN, French, A.B. Georgia State Col- 
lege for Women . . . SARA FULLBRIGHT. Mathematics, 
A.B. Agnes Scott College; M.A. Emory University . . . 
BERTHA CARSWELL, Mathematics, A.B. Shorter Col- 
lege. 










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BEULAH M. FENDER, English, A.B. Uni- 
versity of Georgia . . . ROBBIE J. PARKS, 
Biology and General Science, A.B. Winthrop 
College . . . AMABEL LANSDELL, Mathe- 
matics and General Science, A.B. Bessie Tift 
College . . . SUSIE LANGFORD, Mathe- 
matics, A.B. Vanderbilt University . . MARY 
E. MILES, History and Civics, A.B.Ed. Uni- 
versity of Georgia . . . VIRGINIA V. YOU- 
MANS, Latin, A.B. Georgia State College 
tor Women: M.A. University of Georgia. 



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BELLE WALKER, Civics. A.B. Agnes Scott 
College . . . MABEL BYRD, English, A.B. 
Greenville Woman's College: Ph. B. Denison 
University . . . GERTRUDE J. COMEY, 
English, B.L. Smith College; M.A. Colum- 
bia University. 



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DOROTHY L. MOORE, General Science and Biology. 
B.S. Georgia State College . . . MILDRED von KAMP, 
Commercial, A.B. Bowling Green College of Commerce 
. . . FLORA C. THOMPSON, English, B.S. Georgia State 
College for Women; M.A. Columbia University . . . 
DERRY R. GARRETT, Commercial, Diploma Martin's 
Business College . . . DOROTHY HALBERT, Music, 
B.Mus. Syracuse University. 






MARY M. MEYER, Chemistry and General 
Science, B.S. College of St. Elizabeth . . . JA- 
QUELIN MARSHALL, Commercial, A.B. Shor- 
ter College; M.A. Baylor University. 



EUGENIA THOMPSON. Home Economics and Occu- 
pational Guidance. Diploma Georgia State College for 
Women . . . MARCIA A. CLARK. Clothing. Diploma. 
Rochester School of Technology . . . MARGARET V. 
WHITE. Home Economics, B.S. Home Economics. Uni- 
versity of Georgia. 



GRACE STRAUSS, History, A.B. University of Georgia; 
M.A. Columbia University . . . ANN BRADDY, English, 
A.B. Converse College; M.A. University of North Caro- 
lina . . . ELEANOR M. BOATWRIGHT, History, B.S. 
Columbia University; M.A. Duke University. 




MARY BALK, Secretary, Tubman High 
School . . . EUGENIA HUTTO, Mathe- 
matics, A.B. Wesleyan College. 



LORA M. PEARCE, English. Occupational 
Guidance, Distributive Education, Ph.B. 
University of Chicago; M.Ed. Duke Uni- 
versity . . . EVELYN D. McNAIR, Li- 
brarian, B.S.Ed. Georgia State College for 
Women . . . MARY G. JONES, History 
and Civics, A.B. Furman University. 





MARY T. MILLER, Spanish, A.B. Woman's Col- 
lege of University of North Carolina . . . SUE 
WEEKS, Commercial, B.S. Alabama College . . . 
RUBY J. HORTON, Health, A.B. Georgia State 
College for Women . . . EMMA L. WILKINSON, 
English and Health, Augusta Normal School . . , 
EDITH NACHMAN, Economics, Industrial Geo- 
graphy, Ph.B. University of Chicago . . . RUBY C. 
Turner, Distributive Education, University of 
Georgia. 



NOT IN PICTURE 

MARY S. GILLILAND, Mathematics. A.B. Converse College: M.A. Teacher's Col- 
lege, Columbia University . . . RUTH KIMBROUGH, Pianist, B.Mus. Converse 
College . . . ORALEE KING, Commercial, B.S. Winthrop College (on leave) . . . 
JUANITA LUCKEY, English, A.B.Ed. University of Georgia . . . SARAH NORRIS, 
English, A.B.J. University of Georgia . . . WINNIE OVERSTREET, French, B.S. 
Georgia State College for Women. 



Well had the boding tremblers learned to trace 
The day's disasters in his morning face; 
Full well they laughed, with counterfeited glee. 
At all his jokes, for many a joke had he; 
Full well the busy whisper, circling round. 
Conveyed the dismal tidings when he frowned. 
Yet he ■was kind, or, if severe in aught. 
The love he bore to learning was in fault. 

Oliver Goldsmith — The Deserted Village. 




SENIORS 



SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS 



CAMILLE STROTHER 



MARY BAILEY 



MILDRED FORD 



President 



Vice-President 



Secretary 



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BAILEY 



STROTHER 



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SENIOR CLASS SPONSORS 



MARY MEYER 



JAOUELIN MARSHALL 








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BETTY BELL 
General Course 

PHYLLIS BENTLEY 
Modern Language Course 

EUDELLE BLACKSTCN 
General Course 










PATRICIA ANN ALLISCN 
Modern Language Course 

JEAN H. ANDERSCN 
Modern Language Course 

ELLA MAE ANTHONY 
Commercial Course 

BETTY ANN BAILEY 
Distributive Education Course 




MARY BAILEY 
Modern Language Course 

MARGIE BALLARD 
Classical Course 

DOROTHY BANKS 
Commercial Course 

BARBARA BASSFORD 
Modern Language 




MARGARET BAYNARD 
Classical Course 



ELDER FRANCES BOGGUS 
Commercial Course 

PAULINE BROADWATER 
Distributive Education Course 

MARJORIE BURCH 
Commercial Course 

ELEANOR M. BUTLER 
Modern Language Course 

MABERT CALK 
Commercial Course 

MARJORIE CARPENTER 
General Course 










MARJORIE CARROLL 
Commercial Course 

LILLIAN CARTLEDGE 
Distributive Education Course 

HELEN CATO 
Commercial Course 

ANNE CHAMBLEE 
General Course 



SENIORS 



THERESA CHRISTIE 
General Course 

ELSIE COLLINS 
Modern Language Course 

SARA CONNELL 
Modern Language Course 

JACQUELYNE COCK 
Modern Language Course 

HELEX COLTISEY 
Commercial Course 

PATSY CROAKER 
Commercial Course 













SENIORS 



VIRGINIA D0\T:R 
General Course 

FRANCES DUNAWAY 
Modern Language Course 

PEGGY DYCHES 
Modern Language Course 

BESSIE DYKES 
Distributive Education Course 










MARY NELL EDWARDS 
Commercial Course 

LA VERNE EPPS 
Modern Language Course 

ROSEMARY FAULKNER 
Modern Language Course 

BILLIE FELL 
Modern Language Course 

VERA FERGUSON 
Distributive Education Course 

JULIA FIELDS 
Modern Language Course 

MILDRED FORD 
Modern Language Course 

HAZEL FRIERSON 
Commercial Course 

SUE GAY 
Commercial Course 



FORTY-SIX 







SENIORS 



ANNETTE GREESON 
Commercial Course 

VERA GREGORY 
Distributive Education Course 

BETTY GUILL 
Commercial Course 

JOAN GUILLEBEAU 
Commercial Course 

IMOGENE HAMMOND 
General Course 

MARY HARBOUR 
Modern Language Course 

EVELYN LOUISE HARMON 
Commercial Course 

BLANCHE HARRISON 
Modern Language Course 

DCROTHY HARRISON 
Distributive Education Course 



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EDNA E. HASTY 
Commercial Course 

HARRIET HEINS 
Classical Course 




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MARIE HENG 
Classical Course 




BETTY HERNDON 
Modern Language Course 

ANNIE LAURIE HILLMAN 
Commercial Course 

MILDRED HOOPER 
Classical Course 

MITIA HORTON 
Commercial Course 

JOYCE HUFF 
General Course 





BETTY HUGHES 
Modern Language Course 

HAZEL CONSTANCE IVEY 
Commercial Course 

JANE JACKSON 
Modern Language Course 

DOROTHY MAE JAMES 
Commercial Course 



JOYCE JAMES 
Modern Language Course 

VIOLA ELIZABETH JAMES 
General Course 

FAYE JOHNSON 
Distributive Education Course 

MARGARET JONES 
Commercial Course 

MARY JORDAN 
Commercial Course 

FANCHEON KIRBY KEENER 
General Course 









SEMIORS 



ROSE MARY KENNEDY 
Classical Course 

IRLINE KEY 
Commercial Course 

SARA ALICE KEY 
Commercial Course 

ANNE KREWSON 
Distributive Education Course 










NELLIE PEARL LA GRONE 
Commercial Course 

BARBARA LANDRUM 
Commercial Course 

ANNA MARIE LA ROCHE 
General Course 

CAROLYN LEE 
Classical Course 

ELSIE LEE 
Modern Language Course 

DOROTHY LEWIS 
Distributive Education Course 



CHOW LIN LOO 
Modern Language Course 

FRANCES LOVE 
Modern Language Course 

LORRAINE LUM 
Commercial Course 



FORTY-SIX 




SEMIORS 








MARGARET ^L\LOXEY 
Commercial Course 

DORIS ^L\THENY 
Modern Language Course 

GLORIA RUTH MOORE 
Commercial Course 

BETTY MOXLEY 
Modern Language Course 

IkOLDRED MLTIPHEY 
General Course 

LUCILLE McCLAESr 
Distributive Education Course 

FRANCES McDANIEL 
Distributive Education Course 

JAXIE McD-\XIEL 
Distributive Education Course 

\TRGIXLA XEWiLAN' 
General Course 



GERALDIXE XEWSOME 
Commercial Coiirse 

CLARA PARXELL 
General Course 














ELIZABETH PARRISH 
Commercial Course 

ESTHER PARRISH 
Modern Language Course 

POLLY PATE 
General Course 

BETTY PATTERSON 
Modern Language Course 

TENA ANN PEARRE 
Commercial Course 

SYLVIA EMANUEL PETROS 
Modern Language Course 



DAISY PHELPS 
Commercial Course 

MARTHA PHELPS 
Commercial Course 

MARY FRANCES PHILLIPS 
Commercial Course 

SHIRLEY RAGSDALE 
Modern Language Course 



JANE REESE 
Commercial Course 

SARA JO REID 
Commercial Course 

BARBARA RHODES 
Commercial Course 

EDITH RHODES 
Commercial Course 

NORMA RICKETTS 
Commercial Course 

JUNE ROBERTSON 
Modern Language Course 









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SEMIORS 




MARY GEORGIA ROUNTREE 
Modern Language Course 

EARNESTINE ROWE 
Commercial Course 

MARGARET I. RUPERT 
Modern Language Course 

BETTY SACRE 
Modern Language Course 












BEARING SCHLEY 
Modern Language Course 

SARAH SEAGO 
Modern Language Course 

DORA SELLERS 
Commercial Course 

RUTH SIMPSON 
Commercial Course 

BETTE SKINNER 
Modern Language Course 

BESSIE SMARAGDIS 
Modern Language Course 



BARBARA J. SMITH 
Modern Language Course 

DOROTHY SMITH 
Commercial Course 

MARY WADE SPRADLEY 
Modern Language Course 



rORTY-SIX 












SARA I. STEINBERG 
General Course 

MARY LOU STEPHENSON 
Modern Language Course 

POLLY STEVENS 
Modern Language Course 

CAROLYN STRATACCS 
Modern Language Course 

CAMILLE STROTHER 
General Course 

REBEKAH THOMPSCN 
Modern Language Course 

SARA TRIMMIER 
General Course 

MARTHA TUCKER 
Distributive Education Course 

ROSALIE TUCKER 
General Course 






BETTY TUDOR 
Distributive Education Course 

LILLIE MAE TUDOR 
Commercial Course 

JEANNE WALKER 
General Course 









HORTENSE WALTERS 
Commercial Course 

MELBA WATKINS 
Distributive Education Course 

DOROTHY WEIR 
Commercial Course 

JUANITA WHITEHEAD 
Commercial Course 

SUSANNE CRENSHAW WILCOX 
Modern Language Course 

BONNIE WILLIAMS 
Distributive Education Course 












JACQUELINE WILLIAMS 
General Course 

ELIZABETH WILLINGHAM 
Commercial Course 

BETTY JO WOOD 
Commercial Course 

BETTY ANN WOODWARD 
General Course 

MARGARET WYLDS 
General Course 



SENIORS 




Lynda Adams 
Madeline Allen 
Mary Allen 
Mary Alma Alsabrooks 

Ann Arnold 



JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS 

NANNETTE SCHROEDER 
President 

MARJORIE McCONNELL 
Vice-President 

MARJORIE JOYKER 
Secretary 



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Jean Arrington 
Marceline Avery 

Jane Bailey 

Elizabeth Baird 

Ann Baker 







Joyce Banks 

Jackie Bannister 

Frances Barinowski 

Myrtle Baston 

Wanda Bible 





Betty Bivens 

Billie Blount 

Helen Boyce 

Dahlia Bradford 

Helen Bredenberg 

Marian Brett 

Betty Broxton 

Ann Bryan 

Marie Bryan 

Dorothy Burch 

Ann Burgamy 

Joan Byrd 




Gene Byrd 

Frances Cadle 

Bessie Rae Carn 

Voncile Carnes 

Frankie Clark 

Sue Clark 

Louise Claussen 

Dorothy Collins 

Katharine Connally 

Lucy Ann Cooper 

Esther Cordle 

Mary Ann Deer 











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Betty Dike 

Charlotte Drawdy 

Peggy Drummond 

Francis Burden 

Margaret Ellis 

Martha Ellis 



Willena Etheridge 

Evelyn Farr 

Bobbie Fell 

Idelle Fletcher 

Frances Flowers 

Ann Foster 



Florence Frey 
Betty Gafford 
Maybelle Gay 
Carolyn Geiger 
Leah Ghitter 
Joyce Gibbs 



Nancy Given 

Elnora Goodwin 

Jean Grear 

Jimmie Green 

Patricia Hale 

Barbara Hallman 






JUMIORS 












Joanne Hamby 

Eileen Hauge 

Kelsie Hawn 

Martha Hemrick 

Virginia Henley 
Janie Hillman 



Betty Hinton 
Jewel Holland 
Alice Holston 

Sally Holt 
Arlene Home 

Sue Houck 



Lois Huff 
Dorothy James 
Frances James 
Ruth Mae Joe 
Anne Johnson 
Betty Sue Johnson 



Dorothy Johnson 

Elsie Johnson 

Neva Johnson 

Vivian Johnson 

Fay Joyner 
Margie Joyner 

















Artesser Kelly 

Ann Kendrick 

Clara Kennedy 

Susie Kent 

Marion King 

Elizabeth Kitchens 



Louise Lanier 
Gertie Lawton 

Paula Layne 

Nellie Pearl Lever 

Juanita Lewis 

Grace Logue 



Mew Youn Loo 

Barbara Maxwell 

Marian Meiere 

Meta Meiners 

Marjorie Menger 

Ellen Merry 



Virginia Miller 

Eula Naomi Mitchell 

Betty Sue Moore 

Carol Moyer 

Betty Murphey 

Marjorie McConnell 



JUNIORS 



















Dorothy McMahon 

Louise Nail 

Patricia O'Connor 

Billie Gay O'Daniel 

Mary Anna Ogden 

Margaret Padgett 



Mary Parrish 

Joyce Patrick 

Dorothy Paulk 

Mary Pearce 

Corrie Lou Penn 

Wilma Pennington 



Katharine Phinizy 

Anne Piatt 

Nancy Lee Plowden 

Sarah Pond 

Betty Powell 

Dorothy Powell 



Barbara Price 

Rosemary Radford 

Dorothy Redmon 

Ann Reese 

Mabel Rhoden 

Bobbie Ann Robertson 



JUNIORS 



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Jane Rogers 

Jacquelin Rooks 

Lily Rufo 



Jimmie Rushton 

Irene Savage 

Betty Ann Schley 




Nannette Schroeder 

Barbara Seitz 

Betty Sligh 




Ethel Smith 
Jeane Smith 
Marita Smith 

















Edna Smoak 

Betty Snellgrove 

Helen Stanlev 



TecMa Stelling 

Yvonne Stowell 

Margaret Sumerau 



Mildred Summerall 

Eleanor Swearingen 

Marv Anne Swint 



Eleanor Taylor 

Minnie Lee Taylor 

Deryl Templeton 





Sallie Thomas 

Faye Thompson 

Ann Tighe 









Cllie Burt Turner 

Ann Wade 

Ann Walker 



Gloria Walker 
Dolores Wall 
Sue Wardlaw 



Mary Washington 
Janice Weathers 

Ann Weaver 
Marjorie Webster 



Verna Weir 

Mary Whitaker 

Judith Whittle 

Martha Widener 



Betty Wilhelm 

Barbara Wilkinson 

Lois Wilson 

Barbara Wong 



Martha Wong 
Molly Wong 

Carolyn Wood 
Ann Young 








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SOPHOMORES 



SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS 



ANNE OTWELL President 



ANNE WHATLEY Vice-President 



JEAN McCONNELL 



Secretary 



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WHATLEY 



OTWELL 



McCONNELL 




Suzanne Levine, Joanne Grimaud, Virginia 
Grimaud, Patricia Mangum, Mary Harden, 
Eleanor Jackson. 




Ann Jamiscn, Elizabeth Holmes, Artemisia 
Dennis, Betty Lou Child, Caroline Fowler. 



Joan Stockton, Betty Grose, Mary Julia 
Harvill, Adele Warren, Peggy Meads, 
Jeanne Simpson. 

Sitting: Betty Jarrett, Glcna Watkins. 



Top row: Peggy Sherman, Ann Caiter 
Burdell, Jessica Benton, Peggy Martin, 
Amy Law, Bessie Gardner 
Bottom row: Ann Goolsby, Grace Pcwell. 




SOPHOMORES 




First row: Catherine Jones. Joyce Sego. Bar- 
bara Matthews, Jacqueline Giinter. Jacque- 
Un Anderson. Second row: Cornelia Hayes, 
Louise Adams. Linda Foster. Third row : Ann 
French, Mary Ellen Walker. Elizabeth Jones. 



Standing: Helen Evans, Ruth Houston. Betts" Chandler 
Sitting: Benita Phinizj-, Bett>- Cook. Vema Lee Hardy, 
Martha Jordan. 





From top of stairs leading downward: Betty 
Chandler, Syl\4a Moutos. Peggj- Griffin. 
Dorothy Henderson. Ann Cooper. Jean 
McConneU, CaroljTi Chattman. 



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At the board: Carolyn Barrett, 
Angerdelle Adams, Ann Byrd, 
Ann Davis, June Douglas. First 
row; Barbara Widener, Ann What- 
ley, Jean Smith. Ann Smith. Sec- 
ond row: Patricia Schwall, Ann 
Sayer, Ann Satcher, Joyce San- 
ders, Betty Jean Rushton. Third 
row: Joan Rosenthal, Phyllis Ra- 
bun, Lydia Pate, Eloise Nixon. 
Fourth row: Audrey Lindsey, Ann 
McClendon, Virginia Marks. 



Top row Emily Dye, Betty Jo Cox, Louise Greene, Ann 
Butler, Sally Wylds. Bottom row: Kathryn Jenkins, 
Mildred Hyman, Doris Martin, Vera Dyches, Mary Lou 
Reese. 



Standing: Daisy Woo, June Edenfield, Ina Davidson, Betty 
Godby, Mary Atkinson. Ann Smalley. Betty Griffin. Mil- 
dred Ashe. Kathleen Henderson. Seated: Jean Inman, 
Betty Phillips. Mary Wolfe, Mary Donahoe, Dorothy Thrash- 
er. Girl in coat: Sally Hood. 





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Front row: Jenora Bunn, Frances Parker, Barbara Allen, Hazel Adams. 
Back row: Miriam Harwell, Mary Johnson, Anastasia Holmes, Ann 
Wilfong, Patricia Doggette, Bessie Wombles. 



SOPHOMORES 



First row: Marian Almond, Mary Arnett, Dolores 
Brown, Peggy Campbell, Betty Jean Carlton, Ann 
Chancey. Second row: Wanda Crabtree, Sarah 
Dessauer, Molly Foster, Billie Gardner, Dolores 
Gibbs, Betty Mulcay. Third row: Juanita Grayson, 
Betty Jean King, Gee Guin Loo, Joyce Martin, 
Catherine Meeks, LaVerne Murphy. Fourth row: 
Annabel Pope, Doris Prior, Dolores Shapiro, Mary 
Sisk, Millie Street, Georgia Schwalls. Fifth row: 
June Thompson, Mary Jane Wheatley, Ann Warr, 
Beth Wilcox, Marian Wingo, F. Young. 




Top row: Raye Snyder, Faye Snyder. Second row: 
Carolyn Lott, Barbara Manly, Hildred Phinizy, Billie 
Cumbee. Third row: Elise Blackwell, Joyce Weil. 
Fourth row: Bettv Johnston, Betty Parrish, Jewel High- 
tower, Barbara Howard. 







Kneeling; Christine Hobbs, Betty Jean Samuels, 
Betty Burch, Betty Bibb, Shirley Bivens, Alice 
Barrs. Standing; Jacqueline Hitt, Betty Green. 
Lucille Ayers, Sue Dyches, Sadie Sleister. 




Standing: Joann Webb. Betty Sumner, Estelle Cliett 
Jacqueline Clark, Helen Tudor, Betty Weathersbee 
Sitting: Athena Rabun, Eyelyn Priest, Ruth Rearden 
Margaret Richter. 




Top row: Anna Brinkmen, Anna Marie Tibbet, Nora Mor- 
gan, Edith Berry, Agnes Allgood, June Montgomery, Bar- 
bara O'Hara. Standing; Victoria Nevvsome, Betty Newton. 
Mary Walker, Mona Stewart, Virginia Toole, Lorene Por- 
t2rfield, Joan Curley. 




Carolyn Boney, Bobbie Atkins, Frances Mur- 
phy. Mary Styron, Becky Bagley, Jeanette 
Anderson. Jean Allen. Patsy O'Neal, Doro- 
thy McManus. Sitting: Barbara Langley. 
Doris Logan. 



First row: Emmie Barton, Elizabeth Goodwin. Loletia 
Patterson, Doris Lewis. Marjorie McCorkle. Second 
row: Mary Izlar. Margaret Jansen. Betty Scott, Doris 
Beeland, Betty Sanders. Third row: Shirley Jones. 
Alice Adams. Elizabeth Driggars. Domogene Herrington. 
Thelma Thigpen. Fourth row: Evelyn Hall. Jane Allen. 
Bobby Sprouse. 



Miriam Siskin. Gail Oliver, Rita Silver 
Ann Otvvell. Mar>' Ann Thomas. 



SOPHOMORES 




Left to right: Joyce Hardy, Anne Thomas, Do- 
lores Zimmerman, Audrey Bailey, Christine 
Lundy, Margie Helmly, Audrey Cook, Nina 
Jones, Betty Dudley. 




Eva Green, Betty Blankenship, Jacque- 
line Waddey, Theresa Reeves, Mary 
Frances Hogan. 



Back row: Jessie Mae Burckhalter, Betty Young- 
blood, Betty Jean Hartley. Front row: Juanita 
Watkins, Jean Ingl^tt, Betty Brown, Betty Boat- 
right, Leona Gregory, Joyce Heyward, Doris 
Stevens, Margaret Cook. 



Marjorie Lambert, Yvonne Patterson, Janelle Grif- 
fin, Mildred Lewis, Pauline Carter. 





Freshmen A2 - Al. First row: Betty Bedgood, Patsy Utley, Jane Wildman, Gloria 
Shapiro, Ann Hopkins, Barbara Edwards, Joyce Green, Betty Stockton, Mary Rheney, 
Anne Smith. Second row: Beverly Weatherford, Frances Amick, Carter Emerson, 
Gloria Johnston, Carolyn Still, Erline Helmly, Edna Wheatley, Mary Joe, Claire 
Perkins, Joan Barrett. Third row: Betty Patrick, Frances Williams, Joyce McNure, 
Geraldine Harrison, Ruth Canfield, Mary Holmes, Laura Gauthier, Eleanor Koger, 
Edna Grimaud, Lois Brown. Fourth row: Theo Macmurphy, Lucy Claytor, Vivian 
Reid, Joyce Jackson, Betty Jones, Maxine Smith, Jo Ann Brown, Jeanette Patrick, 
Barbara Bonnett. 



FRESHMEN) 





Freshman Bl. First row: Vera Greeson, Mildred Gormley,' Geraldine Pardue, Barbara Bennett, Jacltie Parks, 
Ann Gutierrez, Ann Newton, Margie Ann Rossignol, Glenda Rooks, Joan McNeill. Second row: Mary Powell, 
Patricia Ponder. Joye Leaptrotte, Henrietta Bohannon, Ellen Martin, Joanne Colburn, Nina Barrett, Betty 
Jean Farr, Joan Compton, Joy Swearingen. Third row: CaroHne McGahee, Louise D'Antignac, Marguerite 
Hauge, Nancy Willingham, Margaretha Bowick, Imogene Beddingfield, Juanita Robbins, Dorotliy Kennedy, 
Mary Ann Blackwell, Mary Ellen Brown. 




Freshmen A3 - A4. First row: Virginia Jue. Ardean 
Jones, Sue Hanchey, Shirley Pardue, Elsie Willige, Betty 
Howard, Jean Creech, Alice Aaronson, Margart Ander- 
son, Sue Price, Sarah Dukes, Martha Cawley. Second 
row: Mildy Pennington, Imogene Cox, Kathleen Glover, 
Nancy Archer, Nancy McElmurray, Carolyn Bohler, 
Alene Odom, Frances Rowe, Naomi Powell, Jane Rags- 
dale, Ruby Jansen. Third row: Margie Widener, Eliza- 
beth Smith, Frances Yarbrough, Rachel Moore. Pa- 
tricia Morrow, Rena Walker. Betty Meeks, Helen 
Beatson, Mary Quinn. Eugenia Hiers, Patricia Hibala. 
Fourth row: Betty Screws, Estelle Regopolos, Joyce 
Wilson, Peggy McNeely. Betty Raines. Betty Blanchard. 
Betty Dyal, Ann Toole, Betty J. Rowe, Peggy Almand, 
Anne Hutcheson, Mary Young. 




Freshmen B2. First row: Nancy Montgomery, Mary Fenton Cheatham, Joan Castle- 
berry, Sue EUer, Charlotte Lucky, Gladys Meiere, Betty Anne Green, Peggy Peabody, 
Anne Voorhis, Martha Wooddall, Katherine Barrett. Second row: Dorothy Hardin, 
Joanne Myrick. Julia Hagler, Lois Hale, Leta Barfield, Anne Dasher, Elaine Fogle, 
Lois June Barrick, Joan Anthony, Connie Tant, May Merry. Third row: Joan Dun- 
bar, Susan Hemstreet. Barbara Rubenstien, Alice Merry, Dorothy Burdashaw, Patsy 
O'Gara, Barbara Owens, Betty Dunn, Jean Elliott, Virginia Drexel. 



FRESHMEN) 



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Freshman CI, C2, C3. First row Elise Ricketts, Joyce Riley, Lillian Campbell, Sara Tanner, Constance Sat- 
cher, Thelma Miller, Hazel Radford, Lillian Powell, Barbara Albert. Second row: Betty Jean Reeder, Betty 
Reese, Betty Jenkins, Betty June Ayers, Mane Bryant, Betty Thompson, Rachel Wong, Imogene Purvis, Betty 
Harris, Josephine Leopard, Elizabeth Burgess. Third row: Dorothy Beeland, Janet Jowers, Doris Lewis, Mil- 
dred Hamilton, Ethel Smith, Margaret Smith, Virginia Key, Marjorie Landrum, Martiel Kitchens, Flora 
Chancey. Fourth row: Jeannette McClain, Elizabeth Corley, Annette Oellerich, Elizabeth Youngblood, Chris- 
tine Rosier, Melbra Zorn, Betty Jane Hobbs, Frances Lever, La Verne Price, Emily Milton, Martha Goings. 



WF'1'"SI?SP 




Freshman CI - C2. First row: Ann Summerall, 
Sarah Priest, Mary Herndon, Jacqueline Fal- 
law, Jenna Young, Joyce Rushton, Joyce King, 
Jean Guy, Willie Lewis, Mary Parr. Second 
row: Betty Durham, Helen Harden, Mary Ann 
Jones, Elizabeth DeBow, Mary Jackson, Joan 
Myrick, Carolyn Helton, Vernell Gantt, Pansy 
Price, Peggy June Simpson. Third row: Mar- 
garet Jones, Tommie Robins, Betty Tapley, 
Lillian Powell. Betty Sue Brock. Dorothy 
Johnson, Sybil McKettrick, Ethel Hamilton, 
Mary NeSmith. Fourth row: Janette Johnson, 
Betty Bessinger, Elsbeth Johnston, Helen Ben- 
nett, Betty Phelps, June Perkins, Billie Rich- 
ards. Barbara Johnson, Miriam Hamilton, Jua- 
nita Wood. 




Freshman C6. First row: Joyce Priest, Ruth Fountain, LaVerne Bowman, Elizabeth 
Youngblood, Mary Helen Powell, Helen Foster, Mary Ellen McDaniel, Betty Gene 
Sorrow, Joan Jansen, Pauline Wren. Second row: Margaret Parker, Jean Carter, 
Barbara McMahon, Marilyn Gheeslin. Clemmie Kilby, Kathleen Cheeseborough, Lois 
Pond, Lottie Lewis, Julia White, Betty Sauls. Third row: Vonzie Stuckey, Betty 
Netherlands, Monteen Hasty, Hazel Weatherford, Geneva Barrett, Lorraine Wil- 
liams, Betty Averett, Irene Swearingen, Anne Moore, Myrtle Mosley. 



FRESHMEM 





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Freshman Al, C8. First row: Margaret Howell, Erlene Coursey, Christine McCarty, Jacqueline NeSmith, 
Bernice Bardin, Clara Sanders, F. Holmes, Jane Stons, Doris Walker, Betty Sue Cosnahan, Elizabeth Jones. 
Second row: Charlotte Cato, Mildred Carroll, Ruby Kirkland, Phoebe Barker, Helen Weeks, Alice Whitt, 
Mary Gene Sims. Frances Brinson, Jessie Calamas, Pauline Hall, Jewel Hornsby. Third row: Roberta Prather, 
Verdria Mae Barfoot, Betty Dempsey, Betty Wood, Gerry Mathis, Barbara Spradley, Lillie Beasley, Ann Redd, 
S-rah Mixon, Lois Reader. 




Freshman C5. First row: Patricia Stone, 
Bertha Rachels, Dorothy Turner, Sue Sim- 
mons, Reabie Hobbs, Sarah Lord, Eliza- 
beth Meads, Betty Ramsey, Margaret 
Home, Dorothy Wren. Second row: Bar- 
bara Turner, Nell Gould, Gertie Ellenburg. 
Estelle Gipson. Virginia Johnson, Helen 
McKeown. Mary Ann Cox. Mary Waters. 
Bernice Hooper. Third row: Edna Mcln- 
tcsh, Betty Redd, Margaret Cadle, Mar- 
garet Powell, Mary Ann Russell, Leona 
Elliott, Lillian Evans, Mary Sibert, Mary 
IIuThes. Fourth row: Lois McCann, Iris 
H ~rdin, Elsie Farmer, Joan Jarrett, Myrtle 
Ch~vous, Crystal Hindman, Geraldine 
H~,rper, Nancy Merritt, Peggy Green, 
Il-Zel Thompson. 




JACKSON 



MOORE 



MAIDS AMD 

EDITORS 

JANE JACKSON Editor-in-Chief 

GLORIA MOORE Business Manager 

MARGIE BALLARD Literary Editor 

CAROLYN LEE Picture Editor 

JOYCE JAMES Athletic Editor 

SHIRLEY RAGSDALE Club Editor 

MARGARET BAYNARD Art Editor 



SENIOR STAFF 

MARY BAILEY 

BESSIE DYKES 

JOAN GUILLEBEAU 

HARRIETT HEINS 

MARGARET MALONEY 

NORMA RICKETTS 

BESSIE SMARAGDIS 

SUZANNE WILCOX 



Top row: Guillebeau. Dykes. Eailcy. Ricketts 
Bottom row: Maloney. Wilcox. Heins. Smaragdis 







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JUNIOR STAFF 

Madeline Allen, Myrtle Baston, Louise 
Claussen, Charlotte Drawdy. Sue Houck, 
Katharine Phinizy, Mary Anne Swint. 




SOPHOMORE AND FRESHMAN 
ASSISTANTS 

Ann Byrd, Betty Chandler. Ruth Houston, 
Joan Dunbar, Peggy Peabody. 



As ycu turn the pages of this book, you 
will find the write-up of the activities of 
the staff of Maids and a Man. 



FACULTY ADVISERS 

MISS GRACE STRAUSS 
I.IISS ANN BRADDY 
MISS AMABEL LANSDELL 



STUDENT COUMCIL 




SHIRLEY RAGSDALE 
President 

KATHERINE PHINIZY 
Vice-President 

VERNA LEE HARDY 
Secretarv-Treasurer 



SENIOR REPRESENTATIVES 

First row: Betty Guill, Suzanne Wilcox. Second row: 
Joyce James. Eleanor Butler. Janie McDaniel. Third 
row: Jane Jackson. Polly Stevens, Lillie Mae Tudor, 
Sarah Key, Anne Krewson. 



Our student government organization is a member of the National Association of Student Councils and a charter mem- 
ber of the Georgia Association. Every girl in Tubman is a member. The Student Council is made up of officers, elected 
by and from the student body at large: representatives from each home room chosen by popular vote: representatives fror-i 
each school organization chosen by their respective organizations: and advisers appointed by the principal of the school. 
The Principal, himself, is the chief adviser. 

The purpose of student government is to train for citirenship under our republican form of government, to discover 
and develop leadership, and to promote a higher standard cf conduct now and after graduation. The Council makes miner 
regulations governing student activities and all recommendations on school management made by it to the faculty are 
given respectful consideration. Its aim is to encourage us to govern ourselves so that we may be worthy to have, a voice 
in governing others. 



JUNIOR REPRESENTATIVES 

Betty Sherman, Dorothy McMa- 
han, Evelyn Farr. Betty Bivens, 
Yvonne Stowell. 



FACULTY ADVISERS 

MISS ELEANOR BOATWRIGHT 
Sponsor 

MRS. FLORA THOMPSON 
Junior Adviser 

MISS DOROTHY MOORE 

Sophomore Adviser 

MISS JUANITA LUCKEY 
Freshman Adviser 




SOPHOMORE 
REPRESENTATIVES 

First row: Sally Hood, Pegg\' 
Campbell. Second row: Mildred 
Hyman, Dolores Zimmerman. Bet- 
ty Meltcn. Third row: Margaret 
Jansen, Joyce Sego, Ann Whit- 
ley, Anne Otwell. 




First row: Mildred Penning- 
ton. Theo McMurphy. Sec- 
ond row: Jane Stone, Mar- 
garet Jones, Jeanette Mc- 
Clain. Third row: Betty 
Dempsey, Constance Sat- 
cher, Alice Merry, Lois 
McCann. 




STUDENT 



The Student Patrol functions as a part of the 
Student Council. Membership in it is based on 
merit and goes only to those girls who have proved 
their reliability, scholastic proficiency, and co- 
operation — the qualities of a good school citizen. 
Their work is to maintain order in the halls, lunch 
room, gymnasium or wherever they may be called 
to serve. 



Squad Leaders: Mildred Summerall, Teckla Stelling, Lillie 
Mae Tudor, Mildred Ford (captain), Norma Ricketts, Mitia 
Horton. Meta Meiners, Ann Whatley. 




Top row: Bobbie Ann Robertson, Joan Byrd, Lucy Ann 
Cooper. Frances Flowers. Nancy Lee Plowden. Second 
row: Marita Smith, Patsy O'Connor. Sue Houck. Bot- 
tom row: Ann Reese. Christine Lundy. Ann Weaver 



SENIORS 
Mildred Murphey, Mary Bailey, Mary Wade Sprad- 
ley. Betty Moxley. Esther Parrish Sitting: Rose- 
mary Faulkner, Polly Stevens. Sally Holt. June 
Robertson, Marie Heng, Barbara Smith. 



PATROL 



MISS ELEANOR BOATWRIGHT 
Adviser to Student Patrol 




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JUNIORS 

Top row: Verna Ware. Jimmie Rushton, Barbara Wilkinson, 
Madeline Allen. Helen Stanley. Betty Murphy. Florence 
Frey, Eleanor Swearingen. Virginia Henley, Joyce Gibbs. 
Bottom row: Nannette Schroeder, Myrtle Baston, Louise 
Lanier, Betty Sligh, Betty Bivens, Gene Byrd, Martha 
Widener. 



SOPHOMORES 

Top row: Daisy Woo. Billie Cumbee, Jessica Ben- 
ton, Nell Westbrook, Sue Dyches, Ann Byrd, Amy 
Law. Second row: Bessie Lee Gardner. Mary 
Alice Colquitt. Lydia Pate, Betty Cook. Sadie 
Sleister. Helen Evans, Verna Lee Hardy, Patricia 
Mangum, Dorothy Thrasher. Third row: Ann Car- 
ter Burdell, Lucille Ayers. Mary Ellen Walker, 
Miriam Siskin, Martha Jordan, Christine Hobbs. 
Fourth row: Rita Silver. Ann Goolsby. Benita 
Phinizy, Mary Ann Thomas, Gail Oliver, Peggy 
Sherman 



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TUBMAN) TIMES 



EDITORIAL STAFF 

Editor-in-Chief Bettj- Guill 

Associate Editor Ellen Merrj' 

Literary Editor Bootsie Butler 

Art Editor Betty Patterson 

Sports Editor Blanche Harrison 

Exchange Editor . Marian Meiere 

Page Editors: Patsy Croaker. Anne 
Foster, Bette Skinner. Mary Anna 
Ogden. Virginia Dover, Betty 
Sacre 

BUSINESS STAFF 

Business Manager, 

Mary Georgia Rountree 

Associate Business Manager, 

Lucy Ann Cooper 

Adv. Solicitors: Carolyn Stratacos, 
Jackie Cook. Margaret Sue Pad- 
gett. Nancy Givens and DOE Club. 

Circulation Manager. Helen Coursey 

Faculty Advisers: Miss Jaquelin 
Marshall. Miss Mary Jones. Miss 
Sarah Norris and Mrs. Derry Gar- 
rett. 

REPORTERS 

Jane Reese. Lily Mae Tudor. Marie 
Heng. Barbara Bassford. Betty 
Jo Wood. Annette Greeson. Ollie 
Burt Turner. Barbara Wilkinson, 
Bobbie Fell. Grace Logue. Joyce 
Gibbs. Lorraine Lum. 



GETTING A PAPER CUT is sometimes 
fun, but it is never a picnic. guill rountree 

If we print jokes, people say we are silly. 

If we don't, they say we are too serious. 

If we clip things from other papers, we are too lazy to write 
'em ourselves. 

If we don't we are too fond of our own stuff. 

If we print contributions, the paper is filled with junk. 

If we don"t. we don't appreciate true genius. 

Now. like as not. someone will say we swiped this piece from 
some other paper. 

'V\^E DID. 



CHORAL CLUB 



THE CHORAL CLUB 

The members of the Tubman Choral Club are 
chosen from the choir classes. Weekly rehearsals 
are held and appearances made at school and com- 
munity affairs. 

MEMBERS 

First Sopranos: Joyce Hardy, Nell Rowland, Edrie 
Lyle McMichael, Wilma Pennington, Camille 
Strother, Betty Wilhelm. Second Sopranos: Caro- 
lyn Lee, Nannette Schroeder, Gloria Moore, Joyce 
Patrick, Janice Weathers, Margie Webster. Altos: 
Jacquelyne Cook, Ann Davis, Belva Lee Dobyns. 
Ann Foster, Domogene Herrington, Betty Melton, 
Edith Rhodes, Betty Thrailkill. 

CALENDAR 

November 12th, 1945 — Smorgasbord — Municipal 
Auditorium 

December 9th, 1945— Bethlehem Center — Christ- 
mas Service. 

December 17th, 1945 — Holiday Concert with Choir 
Music Hall 

December 22nd, 1945 — Youth Radio Programme — 
Miller Theatre. 

February 20th, 1946— Brotherhood Week— Pro- 
gramme — Tubman. 

Spring Concert: To be announced. 



OFFICERS 

JOYCE HARDY President 

CAROLYN LEE Vice-President 

ANN FOSTER .. Secretary-Treasurer 

MISS DOROTHY HALBERT _ _ Director 







GIRL RESERVES 



The three-fold purpose of the Girl Reserves, to de- 
velop its members mentally, physically, and spiritually, 
finds its fulfillment in the well-rounded programs of 
the five clubs. You will find us ready for hayrides. 

picnics, parties galore! but you will find us ready 

to do some clear, straightforward thinking about our 
world and our lives in the making. 



jniMIE RUSHTON 
BARBARA SMITH . 

LOIS WILSON _ 

SARA COXNELL _ 



President of the Blue Triangle Club 

President of Tri-Teen Club 

President of Teen-Hi Club 

, Editor of Girl Reser\-e Newspaper 



DOE CLUB 



OFFICERS 

JANIE McDANIEL 
President 

LUCILLE McCLAIN 
Vice-President 

VERA FERGUSON 
Secretary 

BESSIE DYKES 
Treasurer 

MARTHA TUCKER 
Reporter 

FACULTY ADVISORS 

MRS. RUBY TURNER 
MISS LORA PEARCE 




The DOE Club, shortened name for the Daughters of En- 
terprise, consists of members of the Junior and Senior classes 
enrolled in the Cooperative Training Course in Distributive" 
Education. The DOE Club is affiliated with the Georgia 
Associated Distributors Clubs. 





SENIORS 

Bettv Anne Bailey, Eudelle Blackston, Pauline Broadwater. Lillian 
Cartledge, Bessie Dykes, Vera Ferguson. Vera Gregory. Dorothy 
Harrison, Annie Laura Hillman, Faye Johnson, Anne Krewson, Lu- 
cille McCIain, Frances McDaniel, .janie McDaniel, Sara Trimmier, 
Martha Tucker, Betty Tudor, Melba Watkins; Bonnie Smith. 



JUNIORS 

Helen Boyce. Bessie Ray Carn, Lou Carter. Christine Clark. Myrtis 
Dozier, Bobbie Farris, Dorothy James, Betty Lewis, Dorris McManus. 
Annely Middleton. Virginia Miller, Mary Moore. Sue Moore, Billie 
Gay O'Daniel, Dorothy Redmon, Eleanor Swearingen, Martha Wong. 



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SPAMISH CLUB 



"LAS MANANITAS" 

"Las Mananitas" derives its name from the song "Las Mananitas" which means liter- 
ally the "wake-uppers". And indeed the members of the Spanish Club do wake-up an 
interest in Spanish and Latin-American history, ideas, thoughts, and customs. 

Members of the Spanish 41 and 42 classes compose the Spanish Club. The Spanish 
Club meets once a month at the home of a member. There is always a program in Span- 
ish which usually consists of a Spanish play. Spanish games, and Spanish songs. The 
colors of "Las Mananitas" are red. green, and yellow. Miss Miller, the Spanish teacher, 
is the faculty sponsor. 



The motto of the Spanish Club is "No se aventura, no pasa el mar.' 
ventured, nothing gained." 



That is: Nothing 




SPANISH CLUB MEMBERS 

Front row, left to right: Sylvia Petros. Jean Anderson, Marj- 
Georgia Rountree, Bette Skinner, Billie Fell, Marie Heng, La 
Verne Epps, Peggj' Dyches, Susanne Wilcox. Second row: Mar- 
garet Rupert, Phyllis Bentlej-. Mildred Hooper, Carolyn Lee, 
Chow Lin Loo, Dearing Schley, Elsie Lee, Sara Connell. Third 
row: Polly Stevens. Shirley Ragsdale. Frances Love. Rosemary 
Kennedy, Mar>- Lou Stephenson. Betty Hughes, Betty Patterson. 
Fourth row: Joyce James, Blanche Harrison, Carolyn Stratacos. 
Mary Wade Spradley. Sarah Seago. Frances Dunaway. Betty 
Sacre, Barbara Smith, June Robertson, Rosemarj- Faulkner. 



SPANISH CLUB OFFICERS 

Right to left: JULIA. FIELDS. Treas- 
urer: CAROLYN LEE.. Secretary: 
ELEANOR BUTLER. Student Coun- 
cil Representative: MISS MARY 
MILLER. Faculty Sponsor: BESSIE 
S^LARAGDIS. President: JANE 
JACKSON. Reporter. 



FRENCH CLUB 



LES OFFICIEUSE 

MARY BAILEY .- President 

MARGARET BAYNARD Vice-President 

HARRIET HEINS Secretary 

BETTY LOU MOXLEY Treasurer 

MISS BEARDEN (MRS JAMES L. PARKS) 

MISS WINNIE OVERSTREET Sponsors 

MEMBERS— Margie Ballard, Barbara Bassford, Jacquelyns 
Cook. Mildred Ford, Doris Matheny, Esther Parrish, Re- 
becca Thompson. 

"Les Officieuse" is composed of the Senior class cf 
French students. In order to become a member, one must 
show interest in the language and the people of France. 
The meetings, where only French is spoken, are held in 
the homes of the members once a month. The object of 
the club is to acquire a greater knowledge of this language. 





LATIN) CLUB 



OFFICERS 

KATHARINE PHINIZY President 

ESTHER CORDLE Vice-President 

JACKIE ROOKS Secretary-Treasurer 

ANN WEAVER Publicity Chairman 

MRS, C. A. YOUMANS Faculty Advisor 

MEMBERS— Esther Cordle, Sue Houck, Marjorie McCon- 
nell, Patsy O'Connor, Mary Pearce, Katharine Phinizy, 
Rosemary Radford, Anne Reese, Jackie Rooks, Teckla Stel- 
lings, Ann Weaver. 

The Latin Club consists of the eleven Juniors who are 
planning to take Senior Latin. The club was organized 
in January with meetings scheduled for every other Wed- 
nesday. The meetings are held at the homes of different 
members where plays and programs are presented. These 
programs, which are on Roman mythology, are sometimes 
given in Latin. 



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JOYCE JAMES, President 



ATHLETIC 

ACTIVITIES 




This year's intramural pro- 
gram exceeds all previous 
ones in activities and partici- 
pation. 

The 1946 Senior class cap- 
tured the championship cup 
for the third successive year. 




ATHLETIC COUNCIL 

JOYCE JAMES 
President 

KATHARINE PHINIZY 
Vice-President 

JANE JACKSON 
Secretary 

FRANCES LOVE 
Treasurer 

SHIRLEY RAGSDALE 
Point Manager 

JANE S. PAQUETTE 

MARGUERITE SYMMS 

Faculty Advisors 

MEMBERS: Betty Chandler, Ann 
Davis, Ann Goolsby, Alice Ho 
ston, Eleanor Holston, Jane Jack- 
son, Joyce James, Paula Layne, 
Frances Love, Carolyn Lott, Mar- 
gie McConell, Meta Meiners, Ann 
Otwell, Mary Frances Phillips. 
Katharine Phinizy, Shirley Rags- 
dale, Janice Weathers. 

The members of the Athletic Council are 
chosen for their interest in sports and their 
all round good sportsmanship. There rre 
fix firls chosen from the Sophomore, Junior, 
r.nd Senior classes. 

The council plans and maintains the in- 
tramural program. Everv girl in Tubman 
b-^longs to the Athletic Association and she 
may exercise that membership by entering 
into each of the school sports. 

Ring tennis, volley ball, basket ball and 
r"ft ball are the extra curricular sports in 
^rder of presentation. Seasonal tourna- 
'""lents of pin-^ pnng. shuffle board, badmin- 
t-^n anl tennis offer students an opportunity 
for individual achievement . 

Throush enthusiasm, participation, and 
SDortsm-^nship, school spirit has been 
strengthened. 



SCHEDULE 1946 SEASON 



Date Opponent 

Dec. 18 --- Telephone ... 

Dec. 20 Wacs 

Jan. 3 Sanfords 

Jan. 4 Greensboro 

Jan. 8 Sandwich 

Jan. 11... Leah, Ga 

Jan. 15 Ailcen 

Jan. 17 Junior College 

Jan. 18 ..Greensboro 

Jan. 24 .....Nurses 



Place 

City Auditorium 
City Auditorium 
.Oliver General Hospital 


Da 

Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Marc 


te 

25... 
29.-... 
31... 


Opponent 

...... Graniteville, S. C 

Hephzibah 

..... Arsenal 


Place 

Oliver General Hospital 

. ...A. J. C. 

Oliver General Hospital 


A. J. C. 


1 


Leah 


Oliver General Hospital 


City Auditorium 
Leah, Ga. 


5... 
13 


Hephzibah 

Evans 


Hephzibah 

Evans 


Aiken. S. C. 


15. 

19 ..... 

25..... 

h 5 


.. ..Graniteville 


Graniteville 


City Auditorium 

Greensboro 

Oliver General Hospital 


._.. Aiken 

Evans 

......V. F. W. 


..A. J. C. 

Oliver General Hospital 
Oliver General Hospital 





For the first time in many years Tubman entered interscholastic basket ball competition. In spite 
of a slow start, the team won all interscholastic home games except one, which was lost by only two 
points. 

As a member of the Augusta Basket Ball League, the team found its rating at the close of the season 
respectfully near the middle. 

***** 

VARSITY TEAM 

Bootsie Butler, Ann Davis, Mildred Ford, Betty Guill, Alice Holston, Jane Jackson, Joyce James, Mew Youn Loo. 
Carolyn Lott, Frances Love, Meta Meiners, Ann Otwell, Betty Patterson, Mary Frances Phillips. Shirley Ragsdale, 
Mary Georgia Rountree, Irene Savage, Polly Stevens, Camille Strother, Ann Weaver. 

***** 



Shinv black uniforms flashing across the court — the steady grind of practice — bumpy bus rides — cokes at Ed- 
mond's after the game — and at last, the candle light banquet. — these are the things that our team holds dear. 




The Tubman Archery Club is a member of 
the National Archery Association, and parti- 
cipates in its annual mail match tournament. 
Each year the club enters the Camp Archery 
Association tournament. 

Meetings are held every other Friday on 
the front lawn. Each month the members 
enjoy a hike, weinnie roast or a hayride. 

"Friendship's our target, arrow and aim." 




DANCE 

RHYTHM 

SKATING 

CO-ORDINATION 
TUMBLING 
TIMING 

PYRAMIDS 

FLEXIBILITY 




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MILES 



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The Tubman Honor Society. Charter of which 
was granted the fourth day of April, nineteen 
hundred and forty, by the National Council, is one 
of about three thousand such organizations among 
the secondary schools of our country. It is a 
chapter of the National Honor Societj' founded 
in the year 1921 by the National Association of 
Secondary School Principals. The primary ob- 
jective of the organization was to promote scholar- 
ship. However since this seemed too narrow a 
requirement, four fundamental \-irtues were fixed 
for membership. They are character, leadership, 
scholarship, service. The picture shows the mem- 
bers and two faculty founders looking over the 
Charter, the gift of our beloved organizer, Mr. T. H. 
Garrett. Members of the Honor Societj' aie ac- 
tive in ever>- phase of Tubman's acti\aties. Each 
year they sponsor some form of community ser- 
\'ice. 

FACULTY ADVISERS 

MISS :\L\BEL BYRD 

MISS GERTRUDE COMEY 

MISS DORCTHY HAINS 

MISS MARY' MILES 
MISS BELLE WALKER 



HONOR 
SOCIETY 



OFFICERS 



POLLY STE^^:NS 



President 



CARCLYN LEE Vice-President 

:MARIE HENG Secretary 

IVLARY MILES Treasurer 



MEMBERS 

JULLA FIELDS 
MARIE HENG 

CAROLYN LEE 

SHIRLEY RAGSDALE 

NORMA RICKETTS 

SARAH SEAGO 
POLLY STEVENS 




Front row: Shirley Ragsdale. Marie Heng, Miss Mabel Byrd. 
Polly Stevens. Carolyn Lee. Standing — left to right: Julia 
Fields. Norma Ricketts. Miss Dorothy Hains. Sarah Seago. 



CALEMDAR 



1945 



1946 



September 4, School opens — why we will never 
know. 

September 5, We receive schedules — rotating 
schedule junked — Dismissal at 2:00 P. M. abol- 
ished. 
School dismissed at 3:30 P. M. 

September 7-14, Continued schedule changes. 

September 17, Word RECESS stricken from Tub- 
man vocabulary. Double Lunch period in- 
stituted. 

September 24, School dismissed at 2:10. 

October 12, Annual Staff holds first meeting. 

October 16, Tubman about to become enlightened. 
Halls cluttered with electrical equipment. 

October 25, Trench begun. Finally extends from 
fence to fence. Looks like plan for mass 
burial. 

November 7-9, Seniors had pictures made for an- 
nual. "Remember the Sweater!" 

November 12, Senior drive for canned goods for 
overseas shipment. "Can you give us ten tin 



9" 



cans 



November 13, Lawrence Tibbett in chapel. No- 
body swooned because nobody sang. 

November 22-23, Thankful for Thanksgiving Holi- 
days. 

November 29, Tubman girls ask two questions: 
Any bonds today? and Will you rid our town 
of rats? 
Teachers ask no questions. 

December 3, Detention Class instituted. (Extra 
Curricular Activity.) 

December 16, First issue of TUBMAN TIMES. 
Christmas Holidays begin. 



January 2, School reassembles. Still don't know 
why. 

January 13, Wedding Bells so seldom rung above 
the senior level summon Eleanor Bearden — 
she is now Mrs. James L. Parks. 

January 15-22, Exams. Rabbit foot in every poc- 
ket — except those who exempt every subject! 

January 29, Tubman Varsity Basketball Team 
plays Hephzibah High. 

February 4, Mobile unit comes to Tubman to make 
chest X-rays. 

February 21, Senior Dance at Casino. 

February 22, Half-holiday. 

February 28, Order out of chaos. Student Patrol 
on duty. 

March 6, Everybody listens to Youth Forum. 

March 15, Water fountains installed — gift of pre- 
vious annual staffs. 

March 22, Tubman sends delegates to Student 
Government Convention in Atlanta. 

April 5, Gym Exhibit. 

April 15, Annual goes to Press. 

April 25, Kid Day. 

May 10, Newspaper staff attends convention in 
Athens. 

May 14, Annual makes dedication of 1946 MAIDS 
AND A MAN to T. Harry Garrett, beloved 
principal 1903-1945. 

May 20-27, Exams. 

May 26, Baccalaureate Sermon by Rev. E. C. Sheri- 
dan. 

May 30, Graduation. 




To he chosen by popular vote of the Senior 
Class as a representative girl is one of the 
highest honors that can be won at Tubman. 
On the following pages MAIDS AND A 
MAN proudly presents the thirteen girls who 
by qualities of leadership, personality, 
and ability have been named the Senior 
Superlatives. 



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The Settings for Senior Superlatives were graciously 
furnished by Dr. and Mrs. Eugene Edmund Murphey 




MOST OUTSTANDING 



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MOST ATHLETIC 



MOST POPULAR 
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MOST STYLISH 




MOST STUDIOUS 
Man^e <JleH<^ GoAoifn lee 







MOST BEAUTIFUL 




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CARNIVAL COMES TO TOWN 




We Come to School to Study 

or 

Jane, Frances, and 
Carolvn weave 



SCHOOL 



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We do our part to rid 
the town of rats. 

Whose number did Char- 
lotte and Ethel choose? 








DAYS 



BACK CAMPUS AT RECESS 




Bond Campaign 
Spanish Picnic 
(an exception) 




VISUAL EDUCATION COMES TO TUBMAN 



DEAR OLD GOLDEN) RULE DAYS 




GOING HOME BY 



HERE 




TUBMAN FADS 



TEETH TIED UP 
ARMS BOUND UP 

TEET SHOD 
HEADS CAPPED 




OUR SCRAP BOOK 



11 



We think our fathers fools, so wise v/e grow 
Cur wiser sons, no doubt, will think us so. 

Alexander Pope. 

"Fight on. my men." cried Andrew Barton, 
"I'm hurt, but I'm not slain; 
"I'll lay me down and bleed a while 
"And then I'll fight again!" 

The best laid schemes o' mice an' men 

Gang aft agley. 
An' lea'e us naught but grief an' pain. 

For promised joy! 

Robert Burns. 

How do I love thee? Let me count the ways. 

I love thee to the depth and breadth and height 

My soul can reach, when feeling out of sight 

For the ends of Being and ideal Grace. 

I love thee to the level of everyday's 

Most quiet need, by sun and candlelight. 

I love thee freely, as men strive for Right; 

I love thee purely, as they turn from Praise. 

I love thee with the passion put to use 

In my old griefs, and with my childhood's faith. 

I love thee with a love I seemed to lose 

With my lost saints, — I love thee with the breath, 

Smiles, tears, of all my lifel — and. if God choose. 

I shall but love thee better after death. 

Elizabeth Barrett Browning. 

What tho' on hamely fare we dine, 

Wear hodden-grey, an' a' that? 
Gie fools their silks, and knaves their wine — 

A man's a man for a' that. 
For a' that, an' a' that. 

Their tinsel show, an' a' that. 
The honest man, tho' e'er sae poor. 

Is king o' men for a' that. 

Robert Burns. 

My heart leaps up when I behold 

A rainbow in the sky: 

So was it when my life began; 

So is it now I am a man: 

So be it when I shall grow old, 

Or let me die! 
The Child is father of the Man; 
And I could wish my days to be 
Bound each to each in natural piety. 

William Wordsworth. 

Tomorrow, and tomorrow, and tomorrow. 

Creeps in this petty pace from day to day. 

To the last syllable of recorded time: 

And all our yesterdays have lighted fools 

The way to dusty death. Cut. out. brief candle! 

Life's but a walking shadow; a poor player 

That struts and frets his hour upon the stage 

And then is heard no more. It is a tale 

Told by an idiot, full of sound and fury, 

Signif\-ing nothing. 

William Shakespeare. 



Good-nature and good-sense must ever join; 
To err is human, to forgive, divine. 

Alexander Pope. 

"Beauty is truth, truth b3autY" — that is all 
Ye know on earth, and all ye need to know. 

John Keats. 

Kings may be blest but Tam was glorious. 
O'er a' the ill o' life victorious! 

But: 
Think! ye may buy the joys o'er dear: 
Remember Tam C'Shanter's mare. 

Robert Burns. 

I burn my candle at both ends 

It will not last the night 

But, O, my foes; and Ah, my friends 

It gives a lovely light! 

Full many a gem of purest ray serene 

The dark unfathomed caves of ocean bear; 

Full many a flower is born to blush unseen. 
And waste its sv%-eetness on the desert air. 

Thomas Gray. 

I love not man the less, but Nature more. 
From these our interviews, in which I steal 
From all 1 may be or have been before. 
To mingle with the Universe, and feel 
What I can ne'er express, yet cannot all conceal. 
George Gordon. Lord Byron. 

Let not Ambition mock their useful toil. 
Their homely joys, and destiny obscure; 

Nor Grandeur hear, with disdainful smile. 
The short and simple annals of the poor. 

Thomas Gray. 

In the Spring a fuller crimson comes upon the 

robin's breast; 
In the Spring the wanton lapwing gets himself 

another crest; 
In the Spring a livelier iris changes on the bur- 

nish'd dove; 
In the Spring a young man's fancy lightly turns 

to thoughts of love. 

Alfrd Lord Tennyson. 

We look before and after. 

And pine for what is not: 
Cur sincerest laughter 

With some pain is fraught; 
Our sweetest songs are those that tell of saddest 

thought. 

Percy Bysshe Shelley. 

Stone walls do not a prison make. 

Nor iron bars a cage; 
Minds innocent and quiet take 

That for an hermitage; 
If I have freedom in my love 

And in my soul am free. 
Angels alone, that soar above. 

Enjoy such liberty. 

Richard Lovelace. 



Nough't had, all's spent. 

Where our desire is got without content. 

William Shakespeare. 

Teach me to feel another's woe, 

To hide the fault I see; 
That mercy I to others show, 

That mercy show to me. 

Alexander Pope. 

Yet this inconstancy is such 

As you too will adore; 
I could not love thee, dear, so much. 

Loved I not honor more. 

Richard Lovelace. 

My Mistress' eyes are nothing like the Sun; 

Coral is far more red than her lips' red; 

If snow be white, why then her breasts are dun; 

If hairs be wires, black wires grow on her head. 

I have seen Roses damask'd red and white, 

But no such Roses see I in her cheeks; 

And in some perfumes is there more delight 

Than in the breath that from my Mistress reeks. 

I love to hear her speak, yet well I know 

That Music hath a far more pleasing sound; 

I grant I never saw a goddess go; 

My Mistress, when she walks, treads on the ground: 

And yet, by heaven, I think my love as rare 

As any she belied with false compare. 

William Shakespeare. 

A little learning is a dang'rous thing; 
Drink deep, or tast not the Pierian spring. 

Alexander Pope. 

A perfect Woman, nobly planned. 
To warn, to comfort, and command; 
And yet a Spirit still, and bright 
With something of angelic light. 

William Wordsworth. 

Whan that Aprille with his shoures soote 
The droghte of Marche hath perced to the roote, 
And bathed every veyne in swich hcour. 
Of which vertu engendered in the flour; 
Whan Zephirus eek with his swete breeth 
Inspired hath in every holt and heeth 
The tendre croppes, and the younge sonne 
,Hath in the Ram his halfe cours y-ronne. 
And smale fowles maken melodye, 
That slepen al the night with open ye, 
(So priketh hem nature in hir corages): 
Than longen folk to goon on pilgrimages. 

Geoffrey Chaucer. 

All the world's a stage. 

And all the men and women merely players. 
They have their exits and their entrances 
And one man in his time plays many parts. 
His acts being seven ages. At first the infant, 



Mewling and puking in the nurse's arms. 
And then the whining schoolboy, with his satchel 
And shining morning face, creeping like snail 
Unwillingly to school. And then the lover. 
Sighing like furnace, with a woeful ballad 
Made to his mistress' eyebrow. Then a soldier, 
Full of strange oaths, and bearded like the pard, 
Jealous in honor, sudden, and quick in quarrel. 
Seeking the bubble reputation 
Even in the cannon's mouth. And then the justice, 
In fair round belly with good capon lined. 
With eyes severe and beard of formal cut, 
Full of wise saws and modern instances; 
And so he plays his part. The sixth age shifts 
Into the lean and slippered pantaloon, 
With spectacles on nose and pouch on side. 
His youthful hose, well saved, a world too wide 
For his shrunk shank; and his big manly voice. 
Turning again toward childish treble, pipes 
And whistles in his sound. Last scene of all, 
That ends this strange eventful history. 
Is second childishness and mere oblivion. 
Sans teeth, sans eyes, sans taste, sans everything. 

William Shakespeare. 

One who never turned his back but marched breast 
. forward. 

Never doubted clouds would break, 
Never dreamed, tho' right were worsted, wrong 
would triumph. 
Held we fall to rise, are baffled to fight better. 
Sleep to wake. 

Robert Browning. 




LAST WILL AMD 
TESTAMENT 



WE, THE SENIOR CLASS OF TUBMAN HIGH SCHOOL, 1946, being of sound health 
and feeble mind, do hereby declare and publish this document as our Last Will and Tes- 
tament: 

Item one: I, Betty Patterson, do will and bequeath to Meta Meiners my own special 
ability to keep the bench warm during a basketball game. 

Item two: I, Doris Matheny, do will and bequeath to Margie McConnell my ability to 
get perfect results from Chemistry experiments. 

Item three: We, Mary Frances Phillips and Hortense Walters, do will and bequeath to Lor- 
raine Cadle our ability to follow Miss Marshall's confusing instructions. 

Item four: I, Betty Guill, do will and bequeath to Ellen Merry my midnight oil to 
grease the wheels of the Tubman Times. 

Item five: I, Barbara Bassford, do will and bequeath to Katharine Phinizy my superb 
linquistic ability. 

Item six: I, Betty Sacre, do will and bequeath my line to any junior who gets her wires 
crossed as much as I do. 

Item seven: I, Barbara Smith, do will and bequeath to my sister Maxine my extra half 
unit. 

Item eight: I, Susanne Wilcox, do will and bequeath to Miss Braddy, my treasured 
brown moccasins to satisfy her fascination for them. 

Item nine: We, Mary Bailey and Margie Ballard, do will and bequeath our profound 
knowledge of medicine to anyone who keeps First Aid, in hopes that they can com- 
bine caring for the sick and the latest gossip as we did. 

Item ten: We, the members of the outstanding club, the Holy Alliance, Jane Jackson, 
Joyce James, Frances Love, Polly Stephens, Bootsie Butler, and Shirley Ragsdale, do 
will and bequeath to the chosen six of the Junior A2 Class our most terrible traits. 

Item eleven: I, Carolyn Stratacos, do will and bequeath to Ethel Smith my ability to 
stay in Gardelle's all day, C. C. C. at night; and pass all my exams with honors. 

Item twelve: I, Harriet Heins, do will and bequeath my restless and consistent punctu- 
ality to Louise Claussen. 

Item thirteen: I, Billie Fell, do will and bequeath to Margaret Padgett my ability to 
pass Miss Comey's re-exams. 

Item fourteen: We, Edna Hasty, Mary Jordan, and Hazel Frierson, do will and bequeath 
to the Junior Commercial students the privilege of fighting over typewriters. 

Item fifteen: I, Sue Gay, do will and bequeath to Kathleen Cheesborough my place in 
detention class. 

Item sixteen: I, Margaret Baynard, do will and bequeath to Helen Evans the full rights 
to my pet words, "ludicrous" and "utterly vile." 



Item seventeen: We, Bootsie Butler and Frances Love, do will and bequeath to any 
freshman our short bangs in hopes that theirs will be long when they graduate. 

Item eighteen: I, Jean Anderson, do will and bequeath my natural blonde hair to Ethel 
Smith so that her streaks of H202 will no longer be lonely. 

Item nineteen: I, Mary Bailey, do will and bequeath to Katharine Phinizy my ability to 
blush in all harmonious shades of red. 

Item twenty: I, Carolyn Lee, do will and bequeath to Margie Joyner the points that 
were lost when demerits were subtracted from my grade. 

Item twenty-one: We, the "T.B.'s" of the Tubman Varsity Basketball team do will and 
bequeath to any freshman, sucker enough to accept, our ability to sit on the bench. 

Item twenty-two: I, Virginia Dover, do will and bequeath to Ann Foster, my desire for 
her to hold Fraser as I have held. 

Item twenty-three: I, Fancheon Keener, do will and bequeath my slim figure to Mary 
Parrish. 

Item twenty-four: I, Mary Wade Spradley, do will and bequeath to Charlotte Drawdy, 
the great honor of taking Frank O'Connor to the Senior Dance of '47. 

Item twenty-five: I, Joan Guillebeau, do will and bequeath to Carolyn Geiger my habit 
of primping in class, in hopes that she will be more successful than I. 

Item twenty-six: I, Bette Skinner, do will and bequeath to Jean Grear my ability to jit- 
terbug with Billy Seiffert. 

Item twenty-seven: I, Martha Tucker, do will and bequeath to the entire faculty my most 
cherished possession, my ability to manage always to return to Tubman each Sep- 
tember. 

Item twenty-eight: We, the Senior Class of 1946 do will and bequeath to the class of 
1947: 

The many wonderful Senior Privileges that we did not enjoy. 

Our favorite recess , pardon us - - break - - lunch - - relaxation) spot in the yard in 

the hopes that they will enjoy it as much as we did. 

Our surplus membership in the Honor Society . 

The ability to attract the incoming freshmen as we have attracted the freshmen 

of 1945. 

The DETENTION CLASS— the place where old friends meet; where light enter- 
tainment is furnished; where there are pleasant surroundings with enjoyable 
company; where there is open house from 2:20 through 2:55 every afternoon, 
Monday through Friday. Along with this we will and bequeath our motto: 
DETENTION FOREVER. 

Signed, sworn to, sealed, and delivered before us this thirtieth day of May, nineteen 
hundred and forty-six, A. D . 



MARGIE BALLARD. 



Witnessed by: 

MARY BAILEY 
BESSIE SMARAGDIS 
SUSANNE WILCOX 
NORMA RICKETTS 
MARGARET MALONEY 

Notarized by: 

MARY BALK 






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"FOR TO HER OUR HEARTS BELONG" 



Vke lilack and the Qoid 



Now we'll give a cheer for Tubman, 
For the school we love the most. 
Evermore we'll sing her praises 
And her name shall be our boast. 
To the top we'll raise her colors 
And her standards ever hold. 
Then let us give a rousin'j cheer 
For the Tubman Black and Gold! 
Then let us give a rousing cheer 
For the Tubman Black and Gold! 



(Chorus) 
So with voices loud and strong 
To her name we'll raise a song; 
For to her our hearts belong 
With a love untold. 
Then we'll cheer for Tubman High 
May her spirit never die! 
Victorious may fly 
dear old Black and Gold! 

— VELMA BELL, '25. 



CREDITS 

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Freshmen 

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UNITY 5c & 10c STORE 

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910 Broad Street 



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Jewelers 
846 Broad St. — Phone 2-4428 



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DORIS JEWELERS 

913 Broad Street 

Noted for Quality and Value 

Little Store — Big Reputation 



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The house that treats you "ROYAL' 
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Everything for the Janitor 
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FINE CANDIES and PEANUT BUTTER SANDWICHES 




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AUGUSTA'S JUNIOR DEPARTMENT 
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930 BROAD STREET 

T. L. KILDL'FF. Mgr. 



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724 Broad Street 

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Telephone 2-7741 

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"Augusta's Master Service Station" 
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AUGUSTA, GEORGIA 



TOWN TAVERN 

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Augusta, Ga. 



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1845 — Makers of Cotton Cloth for a Century — 1945 
GRANITEVILLE, S. C. 



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it respects the nobler features of its own 
past, and unless it encourages the kind of 
service and devotion which makes that re- 
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Social and Commercial 
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'EQUIPMENT FOR EVERY SPORT' 

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916-918 Broad Street 

Phone 2-6671 



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Cash or Easy Terms 



Comploments of 

Willingham Automobile 
Finance Corp. 

"A Home Company For Home Folks" 

Broad at Eighth — Phone 2-8894 
Augusta, Ga. 



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Compliments of 

Augusta Roofing and 
Metal Works 

623 Reynolds Street 
Phone 2-2318 



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WALKER-DURANT MOTOR CO. 

YOUR FORD DEALER 
Broad at 14th St. Phone 2-5371 



MOTOR CONTRACT DIVISION 

OF 

TRUSCO FINANCE COMPANY 

AUTOMOBILE FINANCING 
108 Eighth Street Augusta, Georgia 



MAWELL BROTHERS 

FURNITURE 

RADIOS, FRIGIDAIRES, DRAPERIES 

Phone 2-5526 

933 BROAD STREET — AUGUSTA, GEORGIA 



WE EXTEND BEST WISHES TO THE GRADUATES 

THE PLANTERS COTTON OIL CO., Inc. 

Augusta, Georgia 
QUALITY COTTON SEED PRODUCTS 



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Royal Crown Cola 

Best By Taste Test 

ROYAL CROWN 
BOTTLING CO. 



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DINING ROOM SERVICE 



CURB SERVICE 



202 EAST BOUNDARY 



Compliments of 

BUSY BEE 
RESTAURANT 

658 BROAD STREET 
WESTERN STEAKS SEA FOOD 



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SHIP AHOY 

The South's Leading Restaurant 

ATLANTA - COLUMBIA - HOUSTON 

AUGUSTA - CHARLOTTE 

In Augusta 
710 Broad Street — George Andrew 



ASCAUGA LAKE 
. Congratulaf-es 

The 1946 Graduating 
Class of 

Tubman High School 



HENRY DARLING, Inc. 

CHEVROLET SALES AND 
SERVICE 






Belmont Restaurant ! I 



716 Broad Street — Augusta. Ga. 

Phones 2-9398 and 2-6796 

Specializing in 



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I Willingham fir Towill 

j 1015-1021 Southern Finance Bldg. 

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AND CO. 



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Lockhart, McAuliffe 
& Co. 

REAL ESTATE — RENTING 

INSURANCE — SURETY BONDS 

807 Broad Street 

Augusta, Georgia 



SPORTING GOODS 



BASKETBALL 



TENNIS 



BADMINTON 



Bowen Bros. Hardware 
Co. 



PHONE 2-8855 



905 Broad St. 



Augusta.Ga. 



Compliments of 

MARGARET LOTZ 
SHOP 

827 Greene Street 
Augusta. Ga. 



The Jones Furniture 
Company 

EstabUshed 1896 
1010 BROAD ST. AUGUSTA. GA. 



Paper Napkins. Toilet Paper. Krait Paper, Drug 

Bond. Paper Bags. Butcher Paper. Paper Trays, 

Paper Cans. Wax Paper. T%\-ine 



"WHOLESALE PAPER" 

628 Seventh Street 

Telephones 2-4415 — 2-4416 



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•THE STATION MOST TUBMAN GIRLS LISTEN TO 
MOST OF THE TIME" 

WG AC 

ABC Network 



COMPLIMENTS OF 



BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS 



ROADS AND REVENUE — RICHMOND COUNTY, GA. 



FRANK H. HOOPER, Chairman 
RUDOLPH P. MAYO 
FRANK R. MILES 
CARL T. SANDERS 

I. S. PEEBLES, 



CHARLES H. PITTS 

C. Y. KREPS, Clerk 

E. C. MERTINS, Treasurer 

M. L. PLUNKETT, Co. Eng. and Warden 

Jr., County Attorney 



COMPLIMENTS OF 

WOODWARD LUMBER COMPANY 

COMPLETE LINE OF LUMBER, BUILDING MATERIALS 

MILL WORK AND BUILDERS HARDWARE 

1010 Roberts St. Phone 2-4611 



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Compliments of 

BLANCHARD & CALHOUN 
Realty Company 

Augusta. Georgia 



W. W. McELMTKRAY, President 
MILDRED M. COMBS. Sec.-Treas. 

COMPLJCMENTS OF 

McELMURRAY FURNITURE CO., Inc. 

FUHXITURE THAT EXDURE5 ' 
923 BBOAD STREETT — AUGUSTA. GA. 



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Compliments 
of 

A. ROY KROUSE 



"DOMINO SUGARS" 
SAZvI L. McCREABY 
Merchandise Broker 



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DAN COHEN COMPANY 

"SHOES FOR THE EXTIRE FA^^IILY' 

816 Broad Street 

Augusta, Georgia 



Complimients of 

MOORE'S CASH GROCERY 
;'>1752 Broad St. — Augusta, Ga. 
Phone 3-9570 



THE FURNITURE MARKET 
F'umiiure. Stoves am Hi'j^ehold 

Specialties 

1019-21 Broad St. — Phone 2-8941 

Augusta. Georgia 



MOORE, INC. 

CHRYSLER - PLYZVIOLTTH 

615 Broad St. 

Augusta. Georgia 



COOKS CLEANERS 

CASH and CARRY 

536 Broad Phone 2-4204 



"HOTEL RICHMOND" 



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Compliments of 

f. e. ferris & company 
:»ie:\"s clothiisg 

752 Broad Street — Aueusta. Ga. 



Compliments 
of 

R. C. PAULK 



GORDON DUG-OUT 
Y. M. C. A. Bldg. 

ILANffiLTlGERS HOT DOGS 

POP CORX PEAXLTS 



Compliments 



WILLIAMSON MOTOR COMPANY 



Cc";:::",-:i 

of 
JOE'S TAXI 



S 6c S CAFETERIA 

821 Broad Street 

Augusta, Ga. 



CONGRATULATIONS! 

Tubman Graduates 

From 

J. B. WHITE'S 

Where Quality Costs Less, 
And All Augusta Shops! 



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Senior Class Rings 

(For Any Graduation Year) 



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COMPLIMENTS 
OF 

HOME FOLKS 

754 BROAD STREET 



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LAUNDERERS — CLEANERS 
SAVE 15% 



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COMPLIMENTS OF 

GREAR'S FURNITURE 
CO. 

RADIOS ELECTRIC APPLIANCES 

1204-06 BROAD ST. 

Phone 2-4142 



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Compliments of 

J. C. PENNEY CO, 

(Incorporated) 



840-844 BROAD STREET 
"It Pays to Shop at Penney's" 



COMPLIMENTS OF 

PHOENIX OIL 
COMPANY 

FUEL OIL 

MOTOR OIL 

GREASES 

Your Patronage is Solicited and 

Appreciated. 

5th at Watkins St. Phone 2-5321 

Augusta. Georgia 



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W. F. BURTON 

FOOD MARKET 

421 Crawford Ave. — Dial 3-4429 

If we please you, tell others. 
If not tell us. 



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COMPLEMENTS OF 



F. PHINIZY AND COMPANY 



INSURANCE 



SINCE 1866 



All Annual Portrait's 

By 

BREAULT 

"Wishing each of you success and 
Happiness throughout life."' 



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We wish to thank the Tubman An- 
nual Staff as well as the Students for 
their untiring efforts in producing 
this Book. We hope in the years 
to come it \^'ill bring back memories 
that would have otherrsTse been for- 
gotten. 

McGOWEN PRINTING 
COMPANY 

Chas. W. Rhoades ana Albert H. Jansen 
103 EIGHTH STREET 

PRINTING - PUBLISHING 

RUBBER STAMPS 



STARR SMITH MOTOR COMPANY 



PLYMOUTH - DODGE 



DODGE TRUCKS 



SALES AND SERVICE 



521 Broad St. — Phone 2-7761 — Augusta, Ga. 



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For Perfect Posture 
Theverii first- rule 

Is slump douin in 
VoMv desk at school. 






If- i|oudre not 
a studious lass^ 
Put up books 
and knii: In class. 



fliert and attentive 
Sit upthefron't rouis 

But tneFar du)ai| pupil 
Sleepier drou)S. 




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Than all tt»e rest. 
Is u>ken VUSS^ teacher saqs 
" 6i rl s, "ta Ice a test^. 






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RnJ wlien to class 
fl lassie ^oes, 
'Twould ruin all to 
have a shini| nose 




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II Ice to see 
teachers^lare 
Take out a comb 
and i'\% i^our hair. 



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